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  • Dreams Become Companies

    Mel Coleman Jr. of Coleman Natural Meats, Fred Ruiz of Ruiz Foods and Gerald Shreiber of J&J Snack Foods all made their dreams into $500 million companies.

    03/01/2007
  • Dreamers Build Great Companies

    Mel Coleman Jr. of Coleman Natural Meats, Fred Ruiz of Ruiz Foods and Gerald Shreiber of J&J Snack Foods all made their dreams into $500 million companies.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
    03/01/2007
  • Natural Label Not Standardized

    Organic is a standard that has the same meaning from Portland, Ore., to Portland, Maine, but natural doesn't.

    Diane Toops, News and Trends Editor
    03/01/2007
  • Fusion Comes to Packaged Foods

    From sushi chips to Thai French fries to panko bread crumbs on everything, fusion comes to packaged foods.

    Frances Katz, Senior Technical Editor
    03/01/2007
  • Rollout: March 2007's best new products

    March's best new products include: chocolate cereal from Quaker Oats; a Mediterranean blend of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter; a smoother 100 percent wheat bread from Sara Lee; dark chocolate Altoids mints; gourmet Pringles crisps; and zero trans fat shortening from Crisco.

    03/01/2007
  • Gourmet Soda Industry Growing To Meet Consumer Demand

    The gourmet soda market is becoming increasingly popular as the "trading-up" trend sweeps the beverage industry and consumers curb traditional soda consumption and search for healthier, more innovative alternatives.

    03/01/2007
  • On the Shelf February 2007

    February's On the Shelf features a product review of T Bar Green Tea Nutrition Bars, and information on FlaxPlus Pumpkin Raisin Crunch, Kashi Toasted Graham and Vanilla Vive cereal, and teas from The Republic of Tea and Snapple.

    02/20/2007
  • Meeting Challenges

    Chuck Marble, executive vice president, North America, Weetabix Food Co./Barbara's Bakery talks about meeting future challenges of healthy food innovation.

    02/20/2007
  • Heart Health Through Added Ingredients

    Heart health isn't just about removing certain ingredients, such as trans fats and hydrogenated oils. It’s also about adding ingredients, such as omega3s, fiber, antioxidants, CoQ-10 and phytosterols.

    David Feder, R.D. and Kantha Shelke, Ph.D.
    02/20/2007
  • Adding Fiber and Whole Grains to Recipes

    Lots of formulations are adding fiber and whole grains to recipes. Don't let the R&D dept. gum up your machinery!

    Mike Pehanich, Plant Operations Editor
    02/13/2007
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